Augmented City: the future of Augmented Reality in Architecture?

Augmented Reality amazed us over the last few years, evolving into something beyond simple visualization.

Augmented City, a video by Keiichi Matsuda, envisions a future on which AR interfaces are part of our environment. We have seen some interesting examples on visualization, installations, and even as a marketing tool.

How do you imagine a future on which AR is incorporated into the spaces we design?

Seen at MAKE, via @chr1sa

Cite: Basulto, David. "Augmented City: the future of Augmented Reality in Architecture?" 11 Aug 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 Nov 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=72817>
  • ontarioarchitect

    Great article…it reminds me of a book I read called ‘Everyone in Silico” by Jim Munroe..There are similarities although Munroes book revolved around the marketing aspect of the crossover and how the world would become completely one big advertisment where people could choose various levels of digital advertisements that would surround them.
    interesting stuff

  • shetu

    Technology is making our life easy and DISGUSTING.